Transport

05-09-2012
The Rome-based air traffic control services company says it has won a €1m (LD1.6m) contract to train 140 Libyan air traffic controllers.
02-09-2012
State-owned carrier Libyan Airlines says it will restart its Tripoli-Manchester route next week.
30-08-2012
Libya's state-owned General National Maritime Transport Company (GNMTC) appointed a new management team in July.
26-08-2012
New air routes connecting Libya and Egypt are expected to be given approval by the Egyptian authorities, according to reports.
23-08-2012
According to reports in the Maltese press, a Libyan association is sueing a Maltese company over a €64m (LD102m) deal signed in 2008 to purchase 16,000 sports utility vehciles.
15-08-2012
A recent meeting of the Libyan Afriqiyah Aviation Holding Company (LAAHCO) has put forward an 18-month schedule for the proposed merger of Afriqiyah Airways and Libyan Airlines.
12-08-2012
Dubai-based airline says it will operate four weekly flights to the Libyan capital from 28 October.
07-08-2012
State-owned Libyan carrier Afriqiyah Airways has converted an existing order for three Airbus A321 jets into the larger-sized A330 aircraft, according to Airbus.
02-08-2012
Minister of Transport Yousef al-Wahayshi chaired a meeting with representatives of other ministries and government departments to discuss a roadmap for the transport sector.
30-07-2012
Tripoli International Airport, by far the busiest in the country, handled some 520 international flights in February 2012 as airlines resumed services to the Libyan capital.
30-07-2012
Figures from the first two months of 2012 show an increase in passenger traffic through Sebha airport, which serves Libya's fourth largest city.
30-07-2012
State-owned intercity bus company operated a limited number of domestic and international services in the first three months of the year.
26-07-2012
Libya's interim government has approved a Ministry of Transport programme to overhaul the Civil Aviation Authority with the assistance of a French consultant, Egis Avia, and the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).
26-07-2012
The Libyan-African Aviation Holding Company (LAAHC), which owns Afriqiyah Airways and Libyan Airlines, held a high-level meeting on 25 July.
24-07-2012
The Ministry of Transport has designated the airport in Labraq, located between the towns of Al Bayda and Derna in north-east Libya, as an international border crossing.